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Travel Guide: Hull City

7 May 2015

Ground: The KC Stadium

Opened: December 2002

Capacity: 25,586

Sat Nav: HU3 6HU

Website: www.hullcitytigers.com

Getting there by road (from the West)

Approach Hull from the M62, which leads straight onto the A63.

Continue on the A63 under the Humber Bridge. The road continues into the A63 Clive Sullivan Way.

Continue along Clive Sullivan Way. Turn off onto the slip road just before the fly-over, sign-posted 'Local Traffic/Infirmary' and for KC Stadium.

At the roundabout, take the second exit "Rawling Way" and at the next main set of traffic lights (and with the Hospital in front of you), take a left turn onto A1105 Anlaby Road. Continue over the fly-over. At the foot of the fly-over, take a right turn into Walton Street.

The Walton Street car park is located just over half way down this street after the Sports Arena.

Getting there by rail

Hull Paragon station is the closest station to the ground and is approximately a 20 minute walk from the KC Stadium.

Walking directions:  Depart through main station exit and turn right towards traffic lights.

At the lights, turn right on to Anlaby Road and follow the signposts directing you towards the stadium, passing the Hospital on your right.

Turn right after the hospital onto Argyle Street, over the bridge, turn immediately left and follow the footbridge to the stadium.

Parking

On Street Parking: Areas around the Stadium are resident-only zones. Cars parked illegally will be issued with parking tickets. Parking is not available at the Stadium.

Park and Ride: Visitors can use the Priory Park, Park and Ride, located off Priory Way which is sign posted from the A63 Clive Sullivan Way.

Park and Walk: Limited match/event day parking may be available on the Walton Street car park, available at a cost of £5. This is located next to the Stadium complex. Pryme Street Multi-
Storey is a 10-15 minute walk from the Stadium with clear pedestrian signage. All other city centre car parks can be used.

Pedestrians: A pedestrian link from the Stadium to Londesborough Street onto Park Street provides easy access for rail and bus users.

Cycling: There are 220 cycle parking spaces available at the Stadium, with CCTV surveillance.


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